An article on Oct. 6 about the development of the iPhone referred incorrectly to changes in Apple’s stock price when Steve Jobs ran the company. The stock price would sometimes rise and sometimes fall after Apple product announcements. It is not the case that Apple product announcements routinely sent its stock soaring.

Fred Vogelstein is a contributing editor for Wired. His book “Dogfight: How Apple and Google Went to War and Started a Revolution” will be published in November.

It’s one thing to sit down, relax and watch some TV, but it’s another thing to be totally immersed in it. Sometimes you just want to eat your morning Cheerios and catch the weather—but other times you want to feel like you’re a part of the program you’re watching. In past blogs, I’ve talked about having a 7.1 surround system, which I love, but last night my world was flipped upside down with something I’d never experienced before.

The sound bar.

I like variety. With variety (and TDS TV ’s awesome wireless set- top boxes) comes the desire to move things around—literally! But, since my 7.1 system isn’t wireless, that meant more nail holes in the wall, more conduit to hide all the wires, and a general pain in the neck feeling. I wanted something a little more hassle free but that could still give me the booming entrenched feeling that I like while watching movies or sports. Enter, the sound bar.

A sound bar is not even that big, but these little bits of technology usually have 4-6 speakers inside and a subwoofer that attaches wirelessly to the sound bar. Don’t even get me started on how one bar of speakers can’t produce the same sound that 7.1 can, and really don’t get me started on how a wireless subwoofer is bound to get out of sync with the rest of the audio. As it turns out, you truly don’t have to get me started, because as usual, my Neanderthal concerns were unfounded.

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An article on Oct. 6 about the development of the iPhone referred incorrectly to changes in Apple’s stock price when Steve Jobs ran the company. The stock price would sometimes rise and sometimes fall after Apple product announcements. It is not the case that Apple product announcements routinely sent its stock soaring.

Fred Vogelstein is a contributing editor for Wired. His book “Dogfight: How Apple and Google Went to War and Started a Revolution” will be published in November.

An article on Oct. 6 about the development of the iPhone referred incorrectly to changes in Apple’s stock price when Steve Jobs ran the company. The stock price would sometimes rise and sometimes fall after Apple product announcements. It is not the case that Apple product announcements routinely sent its stock soaring.

Fred Vogelstein is a contributing editor for Wired. His book “Dogfight: How Apple and Google Went to War and Started a Revolution” will be published in November.

It’s one thing to sit down, relax and watch some TV, but it’s another thing to be totally immersed in it. Sometimes you just want to eat your morning Cheerios and catch the weather—but other times you want to feel like you’re a part of the program you’re watching. In past blogs, I’ve talked about having a 7.1 surround system, which I love, but last night my world was flipped upside down with something I’d never experienced before.

The sound bar.

I like variety. With variety (and TDS TV ’s awesome wireless set- top boxes) comes the desire to move things around—literally! But, since my 7.1 system isn’t wireless, that meant more nail holes in the wall, more conduit to hide all the wires, and a general pain in the neck feeling. I wanted something a little more hassle free but that could still give me the booming entrenched feeling that I like while watching movies or sports. Enter, the sound bar.

A sound bar is not even that big, but these little bits of technology usually have 4-6 speakers inside and a subwoofer that attaches wirelessly to the sound bar. Don’t even get me started on how one bar of speakers can’t produce the same sound that 7.1 can, and really don’t get me started on how a wireless subwoofer is bound to get out of sync with the rest of the audio. As it turns out, you truly don’t have to get me started, because as usual, my Neanderthal concerns were unfounded.

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